[QUOTE=fengtao;2132824]It’s not the first time McAfee give false warning for inno setup file, I just wander why so many people use such a bad product.
There are several better choices, like Kaspersky which in my option is the best.[/QUOTE]
[U]Kaspersky[/U] is good as far as detecting but they lost my overall interest due to other issues with their software over the last number of years. All AV programs suffer accidents now and then.
With another product [U]Kaspersky [/U]wrongly detected a problem recently and people went crazy for about 12 hrs. [U]Kaspersky[/U] was contacted and the problem was resolved. Very recently a bad signature update by [U]Eset[/U] detected [U]Lavalys Everest[/U] as infected. Myself and someone else contacted [U]Eset[/U] and it was quickly resolved.
I wouldn’t recommend [U]McAfee[/U] or [U]Norton/Symantec[/U] to anyone but the key to resolving these problems is users promptly contact their AV vendor and submitting the applicable files. I’m not targeting anyone but a lot of people tend to get hysterical yet don’t contact the AV vendor so the problem does not get resolved. With [U]Kaspersky[/U] and [U]Eset[/U] the problem was resolved within 3-12 hrs. Here with [U]McAfee[/U] it’s been about 2 days? People need to submit those files for analysis. As much as I dislike [U]McAfee[/U] I can’t see them being that slow.
Moral of the story: Immediately contact your AV vendor along with submitting the applicable files and report the problem to the author of the software being flagged by your AV.